Students Take Part In Pilot Program About 9/11 Education

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Ahead of the seventh anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, some New York City students took part today in a nationwide pilot program about educating youth about the attacks.

To kick off discussion of the anniversary, the National September 11th Memorial and Museum showed a short film called "9/11: Stories of Survival and Loss" to students at Millennium High School in Lower Manhattan. The eight-minute piece recounts the attacks from the perspectives of family members, survivors, and rescue workers, like retired Fire Lieutenant and 9/11 first responder Mickey Kross.

The memorial and museum is also working to identify teachers across the country to create a curriculum about the attacks.

"Those who come after us must know the history of 9/11 that we are living today," said National September 11th Memorial and Museum President Joe Daniels. "And armed with that knowledge, that so many came to the aid of those in need, the world will be a better place because of it."

"We recognize that we have an obligation, even before the museum opens, to educate audiences now," added Alice Greenwald, director of the September 11th Memorial and Museum.

Those who would like to view the film or see materials being used in the efforts can visit the National September 11th Memorial Museum's website at